Work at CCDH

The Center for Countering Digital Hate is a growing organization with offices in Washington DC and London. What makes us different is that we use cutting-edge research to counter the spread of digital hate and misinformation that has real, offline consequences. Our work is acclaimed by policymakers and civil society globally. We are setting the agenda for what is going wrong and how to fix digital spaces.

Our teams work collaboratively and creatively across a range of different topic areas, from the anti-vaxx movement to virtual reality.

We value integrity, tenacity and people who want to make a social impact with their work. To promote this ethos, we invest in our staff:

  • Flexible working, with the option to work from our office in London – or Washington DC if the role is US-based
  • Individual staff training budgets to improve their skills
  • Lots of opportunities for career development and learning

We want to hear from applicants from all backgrounds, and especially welcome applications from people of color, the LGBTQIA+ community, women, and people with disabilities. We’re committed to a belief that the more our work is created by people from a variety of backgrounds, and with a range of life experiences, the better it will be.

There is one open vacancy.

  1. UK Partnerships Coordinator

UK Partnerships Coordinator

CCDH is expanding our Policy and Partnerships Team and looking to hire a passionate, committed, and proactive UK Partnerships Coordinator. The postholder will have experience building meaningful partnerships with external stakeholders in government, civil society and the third sector.  

We are seeking candidates who are passionate about our mission and want to be part of a team driving change in one of the most challenging political debates in decades. 

Closing date: June 2nd

The Role

The Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) is an international, not-for-profit research and advocacy organisation that seeks to disrupt the architecture of online hate and misinformation. CCDH has been at the forefront of unmasking how online platforms and search engines drive radicalization, online harm, and pollute the information ecosystem. We are agile, influential and have a global impact – with offices in London and Washington D.C. and connections globally. 

CCDH is a leading voice on online harms and advocating for online safety initiatives across the globe. We set the agenda for understanding what is wrong in digital spaces and how to fix them. 

We work across a range of different areas, from the anti-vaccination movement to climate change and artificial intelligence. Policymakers, regulators, and elected officials are a key audience for us as we advance solutions, and in the EU, ensure regulation is enforced.  

CCDH wants to increase our capacity to contribute across sectors impacted by our work and expand our ability to work with groups impacted by online harms. We’re looking for someone with the appetite to work with partners to generate the pressure necessary for change. The successful candidate will be supported to develop their own skills and expertise. They will join a team that invests in its employees. We know our work will be at its best if it is created by people with a range of backgrounds and experiences. We are keen to interview people who will add diversity of experience to our team. 

Job Responsibilities

  • Ability to initiate and manage stakeholder relationships across diverse sectors and disciplines, exercising discretion and diligence in those relationships. 
  • Plan events for policy and civil society audiences including regular roundtables and annual conferences.  
  • Write external-facing outreach documents including coalition communications, newsletters, emails, and products for a civil society audience. 
  • Proactively organise and manage incoming speaking requests and prepare CCDH spokespeople for events.  
  • Design strategic, creative approaches to partnerships, including research-based partnerships, events collaborations and joint campaigning products with other CSOs. 
  • Database management, including note keeping, contact lists, and listserv management. 

Person Specification


  • 3+ years of in building partnerships for CSOs, government, policymakers, or management of external relationships 
  • Ability to prioritise and execute multiple tasks across a varied portfolio  
  • Ability to analyse and clearly communicate while navigating timelines and obstacles with your team and external stakeholders.  
  • Demonstrated commitment to creating change and generating consensus through coalitions, working with diverse audiences across policymaking, campaigning, and the public. 


  • Experience working in civil society, NGOs, or with government or regulators. 
  • CCDH’s partnerships align with our research portfolio, so backgrounds in sectors such as child protection, climate, addressing identity-based hate, tech accountability, or related advocacy are advantageous.   
  • Engagement with the current debates on social media reform, online harms, disinformation, discrimination, and online safety policies.  
  • Events management experience 
  • Experience interpreting and using data to inform communications, public affairs and/or policymaking. 

Compensation Package

  • Location: London-based with travel 
  • Salary: £35,000-38,000 
  • 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays  
  • Extra Birthday Bonus Day off  
  • Christmas Period bonus days off  
  • Mental Health support 
  • Pension  
  • Active social calendar